The jazzy and hard-hitting vocals and trombone of Aubrey Logan will join the Toledo Symphony for a performance as part of the KeyBank Pops Series. Logan, a former American Idol contestant and featured artist for Postmodern Jukebox, has had top-ten albums on the Billboard and iTunes charts. Logan has also collaborated with artists as diverse
UPDATE: Due to coronavirus concerns, this event has been postponed. New date TBA. The inaugural Winter Concert Series presented by ProMedica and the Toledo Museum of Art will wrap up with a performance by Americana/folk duo Birds of Chicago. Made up of married couple Allison Russell and JT Nero, the Birds have brought their unique
UPDATE: Due to coronavirus concerns, this event has been canceled. Christian singer Lauren Daigle is riding high as she comes to Toledo as part of her current world tour. Her third album, Look Up Child, was the highest-charting Christian album by a female artist in decades, and the crossover success of its main single, the
The longest-running blues celebration in Michigan reaches its climax on Saturday, February 29. The 33rd Black History Month Blues Series began on February 4 in Monroe, featuring a series of free concerts around the city. It all culminates with “The Big Gig!”, headlined by Detroit’s “Queen of the Blues” Thornetta Davis and Chicago’s Toronzo Cannon.
For over a decade, Acoustics for Autism has been an anticipated event on the Glass City musical calendar. With dozens of bands playing on multiple stages in Maumee, the festival is more than just a fundraiser for the great work done by Project iAm. It’s also a celebration of great music and artists that keep
It’s fitting that the Black Swamp Conservancy’s annual fundraiser has booked Woody Pines as a headline act. No, for real. Pines, an acclaimed, self-described “hillbilly boogie” artist whose old school, hard-nosed style of southern music has made him a hit with audiences around the country, will be rocking Black Swamp’s Bluegrass and Green Acres. $100
Bassel Almadani grew up in the college town of Kent, Ohio, but now finds himself on an international stage. His project, Bassel and the Supernaturals has performed all over the world, promoting awareness of the Syrian refugee crisis.
The history of African Americans and the Vote will be the centerpiece of a Great Performances event held in the Great Gallery at the Toledo Museum of Art. A Black History Month Celebration, this two-part program, with a spoken-word presentation on Saturday, February 22, and a musical performance on Sunday, February 23, is organized by
Radiohead’s landmark 1997 release, OK Computer, with its slow drama and conceptual sweeps of sound, has earned a cult following on its own, but fans will enjoy a new way to hear the album on March 7. The Toledo Symphony has teamed up with Stereo Hideout Productions and composer, conductor, producer, DJ, arranger, songwriter, pianist,
Legendary jazz pianist Art Tatum was just a teenager when he broke out as a musician in the 1920s, touring the country both as a solo act and as part of a trio. He continued performing until his tragic passing in 1956 at the age of 47. Held yearly to honor his memory, the University
The DIY music space experts at Holland Haus are joining forces with the DIY everything experts at Handmade Toledo for a night of great tunes. Bands include Youngstown alternative rockers The Safest Ledge, Bowling Green hard rock quartet The Casket Company, Toledo’s “music for the emotionally unstable,” Sick Jeans and Toledo metalcore outlet Into the